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  • Foxconn employees on the assembly line in Longhua, Shenzhen, China.

    Apple supplier Foxconn plans to invest more than $10 billion in a display-making factory in the U.S. and will decide on the location of the plant next month.

  • *Considering Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, others. TAIPEI, June 22- Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker and a major Apple Inc supplier, plans to invest more than $10 billion in a display-making factory in the United States and will decide on the location of the plant next month. Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co,...

  • TAIPEI, June 22- Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker, is looking at six U.S. states including Wisconsin as locations for a display-making plant and would make a decision next month, top executives said on Thursday. The Taiwan- based company has been eyeing U.S. investments for some time, and Chairman and Chief Executive Terry Gou visited the...

  • TAIPEI, Taiwan— The chairman of Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn said Thursday it may spend more than $10 billion to set up manufacturing in the United States, and will announce investment plans by early August for at least three states. Terry Gou gave no new information about where Foxconn will locate a U.S. display panel factory he said in January would cost...

  • MUMBAI, June 7- Samsung Electronics plans to double the production capacity for mobile phones and fridges at its main factory in India, expanding in a country where U.S. rival Apple Inc. has started assembling phones. India is the world's second biggest smartphone market and its fast becoming a battleground for handset makers vying for a bigger share as sales in...

  • *Adding capacity to existing Xi'an 3 D NAND facility an option. SEOUL, May 29- Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Monday it is considering adding NAND memory chip production capacity at its manufacturing base in China amid an industry-wide boom that will likely fuel record sales for memory suppliers. Samsung, the world's biggest memory chip maker by...

  • *Firm considering adding capacity in Xi'an. *Samsung makes 3 D NAND chips in Xi'an. Samsung, the world's No.1 memory chip maker, has already invested $7 billion in the Xi'an facility to make 3 D NAND memory chips.

  • SEOUL, May 29- Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Monday it is considering adding memory chip production capacity at its manufacturing base in China amid an industry-wide boom. The firm is considering adding capacity at its facility in Xi'an but no specifics, including the potential investment amount and what products it will make with the...

  • *India offers tax concessions on mobile component imports. NEW DELHI, May 23- India has offered to allow Apple Inc to import mobile handset components intended for use in local manufacturing tax free, a top government official said on Tuesday. Among a set of tax concessions, Apple had initially sought a 15- years tax holiday for all components that it would import...

  • May 17- Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc filed a lawsuit against four Apple Inc contract manufacturers, including Foxconn Technology Group, for not paying royalties, as its legal battle with the iPhone maker intensifies. The other manufacturers listed in the filing by Qualcomm were Pegatron Corp, Wistron Corp and Compal Electronics Inc.. In the complaint filed in the...

  • May 17- Qualcomm Inc filed a complaint against Foxconn Technology Group and three other Apple Inc contract manufacturers for not paying royalties, firing the latest salvo in its fight with the iPhone maker. The other manufacturers listed by Qualcomm were Pegatron Corp, Wistron Corp and Compal Electronics Inc.. Apple has agreed to indemnify the manufacturers...

  • May 17- Qualcomm Inc said on Wednesday it filed a complaint against Foxconn Technology Group and three other contract manufacturers of Apple Inc for not paying royalties. The other manufacturers listed by Qualcomm were Pegatron Corp, Wistron Corp and Compal Electronics Inc.. Foxconn Technology Group is the trading name of Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision...

  • TOKYO, May 15- Desperate to overcome Japan's growing shortage of labor, mid-sized companies are planning to buy robots and other equipment to automate a wide range of tasks, including manufacturing, earthmoving and hotel room service. "The share of capital expenditure devoted to becoming more efficient is increasing because of the shortage of workers," said...

  • TAIPEI, May 10- China is the best place for expanding manufacturing and investment, the country's premier told the world's largest contract electronics maker Foxconn less than two weeks after its chief executive Terry Gou went to the White House to discuss increasing investment in the United States. China has a huge market and lots of talent, it is the best...

  • Donald Trump

    Trump's protectionist rhetoric has spurred a lot of hand-wringing about trade, but some emerging market exporters aren't too concerned.

  • MSCI's emerging market index rose 0.7 percent to its strongest since June 2016 reflecting gains in heavyweights South Korea and Taiwan, where a number of blue chip tech stocks such as Samsung Electronics and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co soared. President Donald Trump opened the door to meeting North Korea's Kim Jong Un. "You've seen some...

  • Ericsson isn't worried about MIC 2025

    Leif Johansson, chairman of Ericsson, says everyone benefits when investments in technology are made and that China's tech transformation is only natural.

  • The EU is concerned over 'made in China 2025'

    China's plans to move into the high-tech manufacturing space may pose a threat to some of China's top trade partners. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.

  • 'Co-bots' are taking off in Asia

    Asia is the leading region in the use of "co-bots", or collaborative robots, says Jurgen Von Hollen, president of Universal Robots.

  • We're not stealing anyone's jobs: Chinese factory workers

    Factory employees in Jiaxing, China have different views from President Trump when it comes to manufacturing and trade. Eunice Yoon take a closer look.